poetDuring the winter, eighth grade students in Mrs. Lorch’s class submitted an original poem in hopes of being published. The teens wrote their poems on many different topics and shared them with their peers, but some of those poems will appear in a poetry anthology in a spring publication by Creative Communication.
The following students will be published in a book entitled A Celebration of Poets:

NaturesClassroomOn April 17, 2017, we packed the gear of eighty-four seventh grade students onto two coach buses destined for Yarmouth, Massachusetts.
For the past fifteen years our seventh grade students have journeyed to Cape Cod for a four day/three night field experience with Nature’s Classroom. The essential question they investigate while visiting various marine environments is “What is our shared responsibility in using and protecting global and local resources?” Over the course of the trip students spent time at Chapin Beach, which is a tidal beach, and the National Seashore.

I am very glad to see that the warm weather has arrived in New Hampshire. Based on the arrival of warm weather, I would like to remind students and parents of the dress code for I-LMT. It is essential to the learning process that students dress appropriately. Appropriate dress in the educational setting shows respect for self and others. Students are to wear shorts and skirts of modest length. A good guideline is while standing in a relaxed stance, the end of the fingertips when arms are held to the sides should reach the bottom of the shorts/skirts.

readacrossamericaRead Across America activities were scheduled for the week of March 13th. The Read Across America activities celebrated the works of Roald Dahl who wrote a plethora of children’s books including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Roald Dahl would have celebrated his hundredth birthday if he was still with us.

DIOn Sunday, April 2nd an Inter-Lakes Middle Tier New Hampshire Destination Imagination Team comprised of Lily Richardson, Eloise Moore, Kat Viera, Katy Miller, Kami Lamarre and Ben Beaudoin competed in the State Destination Imagination Tournament in Bedford, New Hampshire. They placed second in their challenge which was titled Three-Peat. The challenge involved being given three different skits to plan and deliver in impromptu fashion.

MLKHonorEach year the National Education Association of New Hampshire holds an Arts and a Writing Contest to honor Martin Luther King. “Entries needed to reflect the students’ understanding of Dr. King Jr.’s words to their lives as well as to life in general. It is important that each student learn about Dr. King Jr.’s life and legacy and understand how his work continues to impact civil rights and social justice issues today.”

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